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Battlefield 2030: A Conversation on Multi-Domain Operations and Future Warfare







Mike Smith, our Vice President of Strategic Planning, sits down and explains the importance and capabilities of Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) and how it can help you achieve your mission.

Learn more at https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/capabilities/multi-domain-operations.html

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11 Responses

  1. Chris S says:

    One day I’ll be president for life of The Federation Of Central America and will buy from this company in the future

  2. Dylan Shinn says:

    5G is the only way. You may even need 6G for this. Ive thought about it.

  3. New Command & Conquer game looking dank AF, good job fellas!

  4. What a bunch of morons! Of course the only way of planning the future is planning on how to fight more wars…
    Pathetic humans…

  5. Data is key.. Reverse intelligence? .. An algorithm is dangerous. if i have one do i keep it 'being just average joe' ..hint..timeline..have fun!

  6. AM2 Rookie says:

    PLEASE include mechanical redundancy/override in case of a hack! Likewise, please don't throw so many sensors on it that it downs the aircraft, so we have to wait 20 days for a backordered part or make something do until said part arrives. The P3C had more sensors than a T-800 on ecstasy but it could still stay in the fight even if it was damaged. I hope you'll do right by the men on the ground and maintainers.

  7. Mr Muller says:

    I won’t lie, I just thought of such a good idea for clearing any area, inspired by the F35 helmet and something from marvel oO HIRE ME LHM!!!

  8. 2030=Russians and other Terrorists with AKs.

  9. Food For Thought-

    sphere
    1.
    a round solid figure, or its surface, with every point on its surface equidistant from its center.
    2.
    an area of activity, interest, or expertise; a section of society or an aspect of life distinguished and unified by a particular characteristic.

    SUbject/Medium/Topic/Focal Point etc-

    DYNAMIC
    1.
    the branch of mechanics concerned with the motion of bodies under the action of forces.
    2.
    the forces or properties which stimulate growth, development, or change within a system or process.

    STATUS-
    sta·tus
    noun: status; plural noun: statuse
    1.
    the relative social, professional, or other standing of someone or something.
    "an improvement in the status of women"
    synonyms:standing, rank, ranking, position, social position, station, level, footing, place; More
    repute, reputation, estimation, stature;

    GENESIS-
    gen·e·sis
    noun: genesis; plural noun: genesises
    the origin or mode of formation of something.
    "this tale had its genesis in fireside stories"
    synonyms:origin, source, root, beginning, commencement, start, outset

    CONTEMPORARY-
    con·tem·po·rar·y
    /kənˈtempəˌrerē/
    adjective: contemporary
    1.
    living or occurring at the same time.
    "the event was recorded by a contemporary historian"
    dating from the same time.
    "this series of paintings is contemporary with other works in an early style"
    synonyms:contemporaneous, concurrent, coeval, synchronous, synchronic, of the time, of the day, simultaneous; More
    coexisting, coexistent;
    rarecoetaneous
    "contemporary writing says that the city's walls were formidable"
    2.
    belonging to or occurring in the present.
    "the tension and complexities of our contemporary society"
    synonyms:modern, present-day, present, current, present-time, immediate, extant

    MOMENTUM-
    mo·men·tum
    /mōˈmen(t)əm,məˈmen(t)əm/
    noun: momentum; plural noun: momenta
    1.
    PHYSICS
    the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.
    2.
    the impetus gained by a moving object.
    "the vehicle gained momentum as the road dipped"
    the impetus and driving force gained by the development of a process or course of events.
    "the investigation gathered momentum in the spring"
    synonyms:impetus, energy, force, power, strength, drive, thrust, push, driving power, steam, impulse, speed, velocity

    ULTIMATUM-
    ul·ti·ma·tum
    /ˌəltəˈmādəm/
    noun: ultimatum; plural noun: ultimata; plural noun: ultimatums
    a final demand or statement of terms, the rejection of which will result in retaliation or a breakdown in relations.
    "their employers issued an ultimatum demanding an immediate return to work

    BUTTERLY EFFECT-
    but·ter·fly ef·fect
    noun: butterfly effect; plural noun: butterfly effects
    (with reference to chaos theory) the phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere.

    IMPETUS-
    im·pe·tus
    /ˈimpədəs/
    noun: impetus
    the force or energy with which a body moves.
    "hit the booster coil before the flywheel loses all its impetus"
    synonyms:momentum, propulsion, impulsion, impelling force, motive force, driving force, drive, thrust, continuing motion; More
    energy, force, power, push, steam, strength
    "the flywheel lost all its impetus"
    the force that makes something happen or happen more quickly.
    plural noun: impetuses

    INERTIA-
    in·er·tia
    /iˈnərSHə/
    noun: inertia
    1.
    a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged.
    "the bureaucratic inertia of government"
    synonyms:inactivity, inaction, inactiveness, inertness, passivity, apathy, accidie, malaise, stagnation, dullness, enervation, sluggishness, lethargy, languor, languidness, listlessness, torpor, torpidity, idleness, indolence, laziness, sloth, slothfulness; More
    motionlessness, immobility, lifelessness;
    archaicfainéance;
    rarestasis, otiosity, hebetude
    "he showed signs of lapsing into inertia"
    antonyms:activity, energy
    2.
    PHYSICS
    a property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force.
    resistance to change in some other physical property.

    CHAIN REACTION-
    a series of events, each caused by the previous one.

    DESCRIPTION-
    de·scrip·tion
    /dəˈskripSH(ə)n/
    noun: description; plural noun: descriptions
    1.
    a spoken or written representation or account of a person, object, or event.
    "people who had seen him were able to give a description"
    synonyms:account, explanation, elucidation, illustration, representation, interpretation; More
    chronicle, report, narration, narrative, story, recounting, rendition, relation, commentary, version, portrayal, portrait, word picture, evocation;
    details

    MACRO-
    /ˈmakrō/
    combining form
    prefix: macro-
    1.
    large; large-scale.

    MICRO-
    /ˈmīkrō/
    combining form
    prefix: micro-
    1.
    small.
    "microcar"
    of reduced or restricted size.
    "microdot"

    MACRO-
    /ˈmakrō/
    combining form
    prefix: macro-
    1.
    large; large-scale.

    MICRO-
    /ˈmīkrō/
    combining form
    prefix: micro-
    1.
    small.
    "microcar"
    of reduced or restricted size.
    "microdot"

    POLYMER-
    pol·y·mer
    /ˈpäləmər/
    CHEMISTRY
    noun: polymer; plural noun: polymers
    a substance that has a molecular structure consisting chiefly or entirely of a large number of similar units bonded together, e.g., many synthetic organic materials used as plastics and resins.

    NANOMER-
    A Unit Conglamorate Of A Polymer,
    Conflation Of Nanomers Make A Polymer.10 Is A Polymer As 1-9 Are Nanomers With The Addition Of 1 Extra Unit The Equation Is Polymer 10 (On A Large Scale;The Theologians GOD…)
    THESIS-
    thesis (plural theses)
    A statement supported by arguments.
    A written essay, especially one submitted for a university degree. quotations ▼
    (logic) An affirmation, or distinction from a supposition or hypothesis

    ABSTRACTION-
    The act of focusing on one characteristic of an object rather than the object as a whole group of characteristics; the act of separating said qualities from the object or ideas. [First attested in the late 16th century.][1]quotations ▼Abstraction is necessary for the classification of things into genera and species.
    The act of comparing commonality between distinct objects and organizing using those similarities; the act of generalizing characteristics; the product of said generalization.

  10. MoppyPuppy says:

    China has likely already hacked this network and will use it to track US assets and turn them all into missile magnets.
    US Cybersecurity is so garbage that the Chinese in the event of war will look up the location of all US Naval assets with the ease of a Google search, they will have access to the whole network.

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